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Gold River:Downstream of Muchalat River, including tributaries but excluding Muchalat River and Heber River.
Closed to fishing Dec 1 to May 31
Effective December 1, 2018
San Juan River:
From the hatchery counting
approximately 150 m to
square white boundary
signs on either side of the
river, and that portion of the
Fairy Lake tributary
approximately 5 m
downstream of the hatchery
holding pens, indicated by
square white boundary
This body of water opened to fishing in accordance with the 2017-2019 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Synopsis
Effective October 6, 2018
Kootenay Lake - Main Body:
Rainbow trout release north of a line between fishing
boundary signs posted at Lost Ledge Creek & Salisbury
Creek, Feb 1-June 10Removal of no fishing regulation:North of a line between fishing boundary signs posted
at Argenta and Mosquito LandingANDNorth of a line between fishing boundary signs posted
at Lost Ledge Creek and Salisbury Creek, Feb 1-June
October 5, 2018
Downstream of the confluence with the Lardeau River:
Rainbow trout release, bull trout daily quota = 2 (any size), bait ban, EXEMPT from regional Nov 1-Mar 31
bull trout release.Removal of no fishing regulation:Downstream of the confluence with the Lardeau River
Nov 1-Feb 28 and Apr 1-Oct 14
Closed to fishing. See DFO website for further information: https://notices.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fns-sap/index-eng.cfm?pg=view_notice&DOC_ID=213065&ID=all
Effective Sept. 6, 2018 until further notice.